Full HD streaming can be experienced very soon especially if you're using the NVIDIA GRID game-streaming service . NVIDIA has recently made an update to the service by allowing games to run in 1080p60 of HD at 60 frames per second. Previously, it was only 720p60 but the enhancement to double the resolution is very much welcome.
Last week, Amazon showed off the NVIDIA SHIELD and SHIELD Pro . Unfortunately, the SHIELD Pro listing was quickly taken down. Perhaps it was an honest mistake by Amazon or NVIDIA still isn't ready to make a major announcement. But no need to spend time thinking if it's real or not because we're telling you it is real.
If some of the major companies in the gaming industry are to be believed, streaming games over the Internet is the future. Or at least the distant future. But while that type of business promises no downloads and no installs, it partly sacrifices quality on the altar of convenience. At least until today.
Moto phones always get the first Android Lollipop updates. That's expected ever since the Moto G was the first to get Android 5.0 officially and because of Google and Motorola's previous partnership. We already noted that four more Moto phones were being prepped to receive Android 5.1 and the Moto X (1st-gen) was included in the list.
With the 2015 I/O conference just a few days away, people are speculating what new device they will be handing over to developers so they can tinker and experiment with. Well, of course, it probably won't be an Android TV machine like the Razer Forge TV (unless..naaahh) but speculation is rife that it might be the second generation Nexus Player .
Google puts their Nexus Player nearer its end-of-life with a change in presentation just days before Google I/O. This isn't a coincidence. The Nexus Player is about $20 cheaper than it debuted at, now coming in at $79 through the Google Store.
April might be over, but the month definitely went out with a bang. And although a lot of things did happen in those 30 long days, we cannot deny the commanding presence of the LG G4 , which was finally officially revealed after half a dozen teasers, which actually didn't leave much to be surprised about.
One thing we can count on no matter the brand name on the video cards that gamers and enthusiasts buy for their computers is that each successive generation will offer increased performance. NVIDIA is no exception to this and the company often has some of the best performing video cards on the market in some price classes.